IB : 1 ; ■ OREGO.V, Grouse are very plenty and our Nimroda < are having fine sport and splendid suooeiw iu * Published Every Thursday, at H^INNVILLE : BY OR 1 liON : YZDIEZE?,. A. V. Editor and Proprietor. M BSC H1 PTIOW K AT E9, Jn, ropy per year, In advance. ........... •• six months ............ 12.50 1.50 Local Correspondence. DAYTON. July SI, 1833. Buainsss is dull. Miss Hattie Gowdv is visiting friends in Portland. Our papular druggist, F. A. Hill, is rusti- cating at Ilwnoo. o. Hatfield, Esq., of Portland, is visiting friends at this place. Mrs. M. Langtree and Mrs. A. J. Smith left last Tuesday, for the W ilhoit Springs. Crops in this section of the country will be much better than was expeoted. The valuable mare belonging to F. A. Hill, died last Friday ; epizootic was the cause. Messrs. Collard and Townsend, of Lafay ette. and Hon. M. 15. Hendrix, of Wheatland, were in town last Friday. Miss Annie Addison, who has been very sick with diptheria, is improving. Dr. Lit tlefield is the attending physician. Capt. Buohamtn, of Portland, passed lhrouph town last Wednesday, en route to Yaquina. Willie Coffin, who has been in the employ of the O. K. * s. Co. for the past three years, is here visiting his family and friends. Mrs. J. B. Gardener returned from Soda ville. last Wednesday, much improved in health. Jako Mann, Esq., of Tacoma, W, T„ is in town, and reports everything booming on the Bound. Mr. Fred Crawford, Supervisor of road district No. 28. has been engaged during the last week building new approaches and oth erwise repairing the bridge across the Yam bill at this plane. John Fletoher and family returned from Nestucca last Wednesday. Mrs. Eliza Smith, of Colfax, W. T., has been visiting her mother, Mrs. F. Holdredge, daring the past week. George Young, Esq., has been engaged by the Silver Creek Mining Co., to take charge of the work on their quartz mine, in the Coast range. The team belonging to A. A. Crane ran away last Tuesday ; Mr. Osborne, the driver, vas thrown from the wagon and oonsidera- hly bruised, but sustained no severe injuries. The wagon was badly wrecked, but the team escaped uninjured. At the last regular meeting of the I. O. G. J. at this place, the following officers were .«Ucted for the ensuing term : D. A. Stivder, W. C. T.; Mrs. H. C. Powell, W. V. T.: A. T. Mzcy, W. S.; B. D. Sigler, W. F. S.; Ella Bemi»«, W. T.: Fred Berning, W. M.: Lil lie S.uiii, W. 0.; Frank Fletcher, W. I. G.; Sam Gardirubier, W. O. G. The Flouring Mill Co’s, warehouse is rap idly nearing completion. Mr A. A. Crane, the manager of the Co., has a force of fif teen men employed and oxpeots to have the »alehouse ready to receive grain by August IStb. The mill is being overhauled and re fitted with first-class machinery; another ran of burs will be added, which will give it a canaeity of 100 barrels of flour per day.— It vill by ready for tho fall run about Sept. 1st. L loyd . D. C. Daugherty and others are at work on the penstock at the new mill. Daniel Bogue received by express from Il linois. last week, four Italian queen bees; they ware bright and lively and he has plac ed each of them in a hive. It is reported in town that Brown & Sleppy have lost by fire, two or three thousand feet of saw logs; that eight or ten men went into the mountains to burn around them, but the tire, once started, could not be kept under control, and it is now raging close to the farms in Gooseneck valley. A couple of poor, old, crippled up have been allowed to run at large streets of tbe town all summer. The., .. nuisance and the Marshal should attend to them. More hay was offered for sale at five dol lars per ton, in the field, than could find buyers. The air is full of smoke and dust and it is very disagreable. Mr. Charles Sailing has the contract for painting the new mill building and he has the first coat on the outside. Quite a number of pioneers are talking of going east over th? N. P. R. K. with the ex cursionists. Mr. Jos. Watt will confer a fa vor upon a number of persons in this section if he will, through the R eporter , answer the following questions. Who are the officers of tho Pioneer Society, and what are their addresses ? Is a man a pioneer who was in Oregon in August, 1854 ? What course will a man have to take who has never joined the Pioneer sooiety, to get a ticket for the excursion ? Will a roan who joined the Pi oneer Sooiety two or three years ago but has not attended sinoe havo to pay back dues to get a certificate ? Can the money be .pent to Mr. Bacon by money order? The above] questions and many others wore discussed here last week and no one seemed to know just how to answer them. S. D an . ATTENTION ! Notice to Farmers! DEALERS IN CASE'S J. I Nlitcltiiiory, AND DEERING axicL Mowers, Hoosier Hay Rakes, • A. C. SAYLOf?, ¡HcJIinnTille, ... Oregon. Having secured entire control of the yard formerly run bv C. G. Saylor, the above named •proprietor starts out with the intent ion of man ufacturing and supplying this public with brick in any quantity, of a quality guaran teed to be a’s good as the best, and at prices as low as the lowest. A suitable reduction to parties purchasing large lots. Give me a call and see tor yourself. 14tf A. C. SAYLOR. Counselor atVLaw. t Smtil’KV A «PF.CI.ILTV. all kinds of IRON HARROWS a specialty. 11 m3orvl. ?5cMinnville Brewery ISIDORE ERTLE, P ro . M’Minnville, For Larne Bick, Side or Chest use Shiloh’s Porous Piaster. Price 25 cents. Sold by Rogers A Todd. - - At Cost, Mr JI innville, Or. For Cash or Produce. Great Reductions are made in GROCER1K A fino lot of Oregon. - - McMinnville, I*« II, COOK, Prop. CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE HIS HOTEL 18 FIRST-CLASS in every par- AT COST. ticular, being furnished with all modern appliances, and setting before Its guests only the best the market affords. Sample-room for the especial accommodation Boots and Shoes of Commercial Men. Remember the place- nt the depot. Loxver than Portland prices. T Oregon. SOLD AGAIN. DRY COODS “ Len’ nie yer knife, pipe an’ tobaccy, an’ fumble yer pocket fer a match while 1 load the dudeen.” Which being interpreted, means that Cheaper than was ever offered in this city; Manufacturer of Lager Beer and Porter. All orders promptly filled. Itf At Amity, Or. “HACKMETACK,” a lasting and fragran perfume. Price 25 and 50 cents. Sold by Rog- ers Ar Todd . (Situated at the Depot,) Physicians anil Surgeon«, Lafayette, Oregon. The stock formerly owned by George Ban- gasser A Son will be disposed of (Successor to M* Feker,) Third St., .1. F. CALBREATH, M. D Nl aiiiifaetiirerH of Carriages and Biachsmith Bl . C. W. HULERY, Pro. The best Spirituous and Malt Liquors, Bit FRANK GILTXF1I, Proprietor ters. Wines, etc., the markets afford. Also, the best ot cigars, anti the justly celebrated San The best brands of Liquors, Wines and Ci gars kept far sale. When you go to Day tor Francisco Lager Beer. call and see Frank. 19tf, Littlefield & Calbreath, Peoples’ Store. NO. 1 SALOON. Particular attention given to Conveyancing Collecting, Buying and Selling Real Estato. Wagons and Buggies ALSO E. E. GOUCHER, M. I). Offfce—Micrhlmi, Yamhill Co., Oregon STUDEBAKER BUSINESS & PROFESSIONAL Thousands of Brick, of the best auality, now <>n hand and will constantly be kept at the brick yard of This J NEGOTIABLE INSTRUMENTS bought. Physician and Surgeon. 1J Money to loan ou good real estate «curi- ty. Apply to G. G. BINGHAM, Has permanently located in 3/c.Vinnville Campbell’s Building, McMinnville. for the practice of his profession. All calls— day nr night—promptly attended to. The attention of the public ia called to the immense bargains now offered at the Office—One door cast of Warren Magers oil ice. 9 if. DAI TO.V SALOOX. CATARRH CURED, health and sweet breath Having purchased of Mr. W. T. Newby the secured by Shiloh’s Catarrh Remedy, Price well-known McMinnville Warehouse, I shall 50 cents, NAsal Injector free. Sold by Roger« be prepared to store this season’s crop on as £ Todd. favorable terms as can be done in JfcMinn vilie, and shall be ready at all times to pay WILL YOU SUFFER with Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint ? Shiloh’s Vitalizer is guaran- Cash for Crain, eed to cure you. Sold by Rogers A Todd. at its highest market value. Will also be pre pared to SLEEPLESS NIGHTS, made miserable by that terrible cough. Shiloh’s Cure is the rem LOAN SACKS TO FARMERS, edy for von. Sold by Rogers & Todd. and for said loan will require the sacks return ed filled with grain to my warehouse. SHILOH’S CATARRH REMEDY—a pos Soliciting a share of your patronage, I shall itive cure for Catarrh, Diptberia and Canker • in return therefor endeavor to give you satis Mouth. Bold by Rogers A Todd. faction. W. A. WELLS. McMinnville, Or., June 28, 1883.—inti. Pioneer Brick Yard. ^Notice . ■ McCarter & Aiderman, *’2 50 PEU ÂXNl'M. Till ttJSOAY AVOUAT 4, IS*» ATTORNEY AT LAW, CONVEYANCER» peal Estate and Collecting Agent, and N g * I ary Public All work pertaining to this line attended to promptly and reliably, Also, man ufacturer aiul repairer of Boots and Shoes. All work done with neatness and dispatch Head quarters under Odd Fellows’ Hall. McMinnville, Oregon. 89t A MUTCHLER, I respectfully invite the public to call and examine goods and prices. Respectfully, Has bought Harry Robertson’s stock of Cigars, Tobacco, Candy and Notions which he propos W. F. BANGASSfcft. es to sell as low as is consistent with the 10-ltf. law of live-and-lef-live. And having set up a 2 H. WELCH RARRER CHAIR Is prepared to do slashing and grubbing wi th soda pop and oranges for sale under the Pho tograph Gallery at McMinnxille. H. II. WELCH. J. B. ROHK, House, Carriage, Sign l?or SS»ile I Ornamental fainter, Bayton, Oregon, Has on hand fine Hacks and Buggies, made Desirable property in the town of Sheridan from the best material and best workmanship. Yamhill County, consisting of a blacksmith Painting and trimming done to order. shop, wagon shop, good dwelling house, barn, General Blacksmith and Repairer. lumber and wood shed. Horse-shoeing a specialty. 27tf Enquire of CHAS. LAFOLLETT, 47tf. Sheridan, Oregon. 1IILK, MlLfft! »BILK!! The undersigned wishes to inform the peo ple of McMinnville that he is running a Afilk Wagon from his farm to town and furnishing the best of milk at the most reasonable rales.— Those wishing to be supplied with the article at once can do so by leaving orders at the P«s<- offleo. W. G. DAVIS. 40tf. DR W, A. B. MILLS, and Tlciliiinville, - Oregon« Painting done in the neatest style, on tho shortest notice and at the most reasonable prices. Shop in the old Beary building on Third between A and B Sts. otf. Beautify Your Homes LOTS FOR SALE. 0TS No». 1, 2 and 3, in Block No. 19, Row ’d land’s addition are offered for sale at a bar gain. Fine location near the depot—just east of the residence of L. II. Cook, on the east side of railroad track, on Third Street. The tbiee lots will be sold for $400, if applied for soon. <; e <» i «<^ i ; u ii . i . is , jr. McMinnville, May 24, ’83—1 Ilf. 1 — BY USING THE — STAR MIXED PAINT It will not crack, chalk or peel off, and presents a HARD AND GLOSSY FINISH OF f OFFICE at F. A. Hill’s Drug Store, Dayton, LT Oregon. ötf. J. E MAGERS, UNSURPASSED BEAUTY It. DURABILITY and CHEAHNES8 ia freely admitted by all who have used it. It ia prepared by tne union of Pure White Lead, STERLING It. % <’ No. 1« Oxide of Zinc and Boiled Oil in such propor Business Promptly Attended to. tions as to chemically and permanently unite OHKGON Regular meeting.», Thursflav evening on or UclIINN VII.I.K them. It ¡8 ottered to the public ua the / OFFICE—One Door East of Tel Office, before the full moon, in each month. Sojourn Office—One door east of Hartman’s brick. McMinnville, Oregon. 50yl. ing companion, cordially welcomed. H. I’. Best Paint Ever Produced LatifLing Gas administered for painless ex »Otf. It is convenient, being mixed READY FOR tracting. THE BRUSH, of ANY SHADE OR COLOR W. A. FENTON, G. «. BINGHAM, W. M. RAMSEY, ANYONE CAN APPLY IT. McMinnville. Salem. A tt ’ y at L aw & N otary P ubu FB.A1TK A. 2ÏIZ.D, H PISI.l A BI.MJHAM »lttorneijs at Luw Talxes pleasure in inviting the attention of the public to his new and fine stock of Boot anil Shoe Maker, MIRRI»,*, OUIf.OV. The finest stock of Boots. Shoe», Rubbers. DRUGS, STATIONERY, PATENT MEDI Etc, in Yamhill County CINES, CUTLERY. SCHOOL BOOKS, Office of Geo. G- Bingham, Notary Public- CHEAP FOR CASH. one door West of Furniture Store, CIGAR« ANI» TOBACCO. Boots and Shoes manufactured to order and M c M innville - - O regon . Prescription» tArefuHv pompounded and neatly repaired. All work and goods warranted. charges reasonable. Sign of the Big Boot, Sheridan, Oregon. 31 m3. LAFAYETTE July 31,1883. There is nothing so scarce now in» news items, except it be harvest hand« and mo ney. Harvest hunda are in great demand, TIIF. FIIWK’IT NAWKO SIII’W«« EB aud I hear that several thresher crows are ever tnads in this section are now being man attobhey at law andnotaby ruuLi: short handed, with small chance of getting ufactured at LAFAYETTE, - - - - OREGON. tilled up. Special attention paid to Land Law and Ab Ed. Hadaway, you know him, don’t you ? stracts of Title. of course you do ; everybody knows Ed., es Money to Loan at all time«. Cheat, a, tho cheapest and good «, the best. Collections pecially the single women. Well, the single made at usual rates. 29yl. women will know him no more, for Ed. is Look at them. no longer single, * himself. Married—by Enquire of F. W. REDMOND, Agent, at Judge Loughary, on the day of July. McMinnville, or of A. I) IIOWAR1», VI. I». Hon. Ed. U. Hadaway, of Dayton Prairie to UnilorS MILLER A BOWERS. Mrs. Wiley, of East Chehalem, buih of this Vhysieian and Surgeon, coonty. p. w. Toni*. J. L. ROG KRS. M ol J. W. Baker feels happy in present Office in Garrison’s Building.—Particular ing her husband with a line little girl—so 1 attend >n given to diseases of Women and tear. Children. All mils promptly attecdod to. Third Street, Uc5iinn'd!!e. Uncle George Perkins carries bis hand in Residence—at Mrs. Talmage’s. 7mA. a iling because of an ngly catahr. It is get ting better, now. Tom Preston, who was so unfortunate as M’CAIN & HURLEY, to sprain his ankle one day while in a scuf [SoeMtora to W. B. Turner,] fle for fun, is able to be out on crutches.— .1TTOK.VE VS »IV f,« J Bl*. Tom says he won’t scuttle any more. —Dealers In— Hv Adams was down to see the capital of Drugs, ClicmlmU, Patent Medicine» —and- - Yamhill, yesterday. Pcrffmncry, Fine To»le| ^rticlea, Noapa, Comb«», Hair, Tooth and NOTARIES PUBLIC, There iunaf be consicterablp improving go Cloth Kmshes, sponge», Tru»»e», ing on throughout the county, judging from - • Oregon the large quantity of lumber passing through »lionlder Krace* and all Prnggiat« Lafayette.. town from th? different mills al! around us. *nnd rica. Office—Jail Building, up stair». 33tf. The harvest has progressed sufficient now A full line of to give a very fair idea of what it will be.— So we hear that all the early sown wheat, Paint?, Oils, Varalsfces, Brahes ani Sash ST. CIIIRLES HOTEL, pat in after th? freeze <mt, is extra good, T MVZ.TNEH. Prop.. T«ds. where the ground was well cultivated ; but Corner Third and B streets, where tho cultivator was used sparingly, the The Purest Liquors for IKoaiciaai TIC • • Oltl’CiON. crop is thin and choked by wild oats. The Purposes. wheat put rn after the 1st of May is general New house! New furnituret unsurpassed in ly very short and in many places not worth | Tho Best «rands of Cigar3 Con- the country. Rates—$1 1« per day, »<w»r<l- cutting at all. In summing np the whole.1 stantiy on Hand. iDg to mom. Single meals, 25 cents. Lodg Rood judges say that there will be about, but ing, 25 to 50 cents, according to room. Bonn! The largest an4 best stock of not more than a two-thirds’ crop. »nd Lodging, S4 ro >0, per week. FineSamph Room» and superior accommodation» f<»r com Fishing TacKle Everybody is watching that big. ugly mercial men. Supper furnished Balls and blotch on the sun, and wondering what it Ever brought to Yamhill County. partie» at reasonable rate», «»ive me a call means ; but we can keen on wondering, for tw vr,Tt«>«no j ’ and tee for younelvc». the cause or nature of tne sun-spots, is one of ’’those things that no fellow can find we »hall carry * full line. «jnaUting "< P»PA although there are a great many the- of the beat quality.. Envelope, of tbe latoH N at . .nd r:eateat aryl«, etc. 8HERIDAN. Special attention i, calle.I to our Cutllery, IX July 30. IMO. ..nd Photograph and Autograph Album,. Health was jn this section, Physlcln**’ Prescription« nnd Fnml- JOHNSON'S BRICK, than now. I y Herlpe. Cnrefnlly Cninponnded Lafayette. Oregon. They have failed to get the mow pwm Ufice. nt nil hot,.«—«nr «r ■!«««. *t Elkhorn. I The Purest Wines and Liquor« kept mnstant- We «rn*iU infaaMful'y a»ir » »h*re of lv on hand. Cigars of the beM brand« and on* Tanners are having a great deal of trouble (h. -reihlire by f»ir drtilipf of th. bert B.lli.rd T.hl« in th. found ^th their gelf binders. ,nd «tnrt attention k- U-.n.R tnnM tj,. here JOHN HT LERY It is wonderful how well the gardens look BOG EM * IfitW). »V PmprMor. When we consider the long continued drouth. W. D. FENTON, DR. E HOWELL Miller & Bowers' Shingle Mill. A Largo Supply Always On Hand, at I«. F. HARTMAN’» Dm3 --------- ——T———- if Application to Purchase Timber Land. U. S. itfupd Office at Oregon City, F Oregon, May 10, 1883. } Notice is hereby given that. A. S. liibfe, ■f Yamhill (Jounty, Oregon, has made ap Horses Boarded Special Attention plication to purchase the E. 1-2 of N. W. 1-4 by the Day, given to ool W. 1-2 of N. E 1-4 of Sec. 21,T4 S, R 7 W Week or Month. Transient Stock. Will, Mor., under the provisions of the Act of Congress, approved June 3, 1878, entitled “ An Art for the sale of Timber Lands in the States • »! California, Oregon, Nevada, and in Wash Corner Commercial and Trade Sts., ington Territory.” All adverse claims to said tract of land or SALEM, - - - OREGON. any portion thereof, must be filed in the IL B. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Land Office at Oregon City, Oregon, befcfitj the expiration of sixty day® from this date. Given under my hand this 10th day of May, 1883. L.T. BARIN, Register. GAINES FISHER, Lively, Feed and Sale Stable- Lafayette (Il'tgOH CITY DRUG STORE. ROCSRS A TODD. I» is put up in 1-8,,1-4, 1-2, 1 and 5 gal. cans. W. Bl I1OYI>, VI. !>., SURGEON <k PHYSICIAN, BOSS SALOON Under Odd Fellow»’ Hull, .1. < (OOP ER - Oregon, / iFFTCE—up stairs over Manning's Tin McMinnville, ' ' Stole, McMinnville, Oregon A ENNIS, Proprietor. Particular attention paid to diseases of wo men and Children. If not. in office, ?«n be| found by enqiii.ing The Finest Wine«, Liquors and Cigars kept nt cither of the drug «tores. constantly on hand. 13-4rn3. P..S.—Patients have the right tn have their Prescriptions filled where they choose* Custar County Surveyor -AND- CIVIL ENGINEER, Post Band McMinnville. Or. .ìlcllinnville, »»regoli. R. SHANE, rnoroG /.•.//•///;«. Has-returned to his ohi stand—up stairs in Si monda’ building—with a new equipment ot utenti!» lor his work, and is now prepared to take Picture« of nil kind«. From a small size tin-type to a large Cabinet Tlease give me a mil. 33mfi. ic/.rro.vr; ; NEW BILLIARD HALL amo «,!*. I» r.ow prepnrcfl to furnÌNh music for Pie Nidi, (Vlcbrations, etc.. oli short Aotice ami at rea- w»nable ratei. Addre^w A. V. II. zi«, render« 4lf. McMinnville, Oregon. not, «. ». i . ............... ! .1. E. MAGERS. N otary P ublic . N otary P ublic . WAHLEN à MAGERS, Beal Estate and Insurance Agents, McMinnville, Oregon. -------- o---------• YOUR ADVANTAGE To call at the above Saloon. I keep constantly on hand the Finest Wines nd L'qonrs for Family and Medicinal use. Vl»ll» W. A U t. OURLtV, HENRY WARREN, Will find it to 4tl. L xiht S olar TaARsrr. I have all the field note« of the Public Surveys of Yamhill county. and am prepared to do First-f'laM work on short notice and reasonable terms. Prwwrlrt«r« McMinnyiliq Farm I,anil« of all <la««e« lor wale on Eawjr Terra«' A I mo , Tow n Lot«. COLLECTIONS MADE AND PROMPTLY REMITTTED. Z>£’aZ Papers sotf drawn with Neatness, Accuracy and, Ihr patch.